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changing battery on cbr 1000 2009

Hey new here obviously....need some help if poss...need to change battery on a cbr 1000 2009 model. What tools will I need, dont have the bike in front of me, have to go out and do it in a parking lot? Also is the bettery under the seat? sorry bout the lame questions, but any help will be appreciated.
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Re: changing battery on cbr 1000 2009

under the seat, all you should need is a phillips or possibly even a flat head screwdriver...

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Hey new here obviously....need some help if poss...need to change battery on a cbr 1000 2009 model.
Why do you need a new battery so soon?
Have you checked the charging system is working?

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Why do you need a new battery so soon?
Have you checked the charging system is working?

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Why do you need a new battery so soon?
Have you checked the charging system is working?
the person who rode it last said they left the lights on or something, so everything is totally dead when i turn the key. i assumed it was the battery.
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the person who rode it last said they left the lights on or something, so everything is totally dead when i turn the key. i assumed it was the battery.
Have you tried recharging it?

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Have you tried recharging it?

No. The bike is just sitting in a parking lot, dead, and I dont have many tools or anything to screw around with it...so I think if I just swap the battery then it will start up and im outta there. thats the hope anyway.......another stupid question ..how does the seat come off? I saw the key release for the little back seat, but the main seat should slide off after the little seat is off ? I havent touched a bike in 10 yrs so i feel like an idiot but thanks again
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Re: changing battery on cbr 1000 2009

it bolts on
pull up both rear corners of the seat and youll see possibly 2 5mm allen screws
then a 10mm socket and 1/4" driver or phillips screwdriver for battery post

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it bolts on
pull up both rear corners of the seat and youll see possibly 2 5mm allen screws
then a 10mm socket and 1/4" driver or phillips screwdriver for battery post
right on, thanks. Hondas always have great 'ease of maintenance'.
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No. The bike is just sitting in a parking lot, dead, and I dont have many tools or anything to screw around with it...so I think if I just swap the battery then it will start up and im outta there. thats the hope anyway.......another stupid question ..how does the seat come off? I saw the key release for the little back seat, but the main seat should slide off after the little seat is off ? I havent touched a bike in 10 yrs so i feel like an idiot but thanks again
All the tools you need will be in the toolkit under the rear seat.
You could also jump start it off another bike or car which would save you needing to remove the battery.

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All the tools you need will be in the toolkit under the rear seat.
You could also jump start it off another bike or car which would save you needing to remove the battery.
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easier than anyone thought, only tool needed was a philps head to take the seat off and the battery connections off, the battery itself was held down by a tight strap. ease of maintenance, honda is the best
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Re: changing battery on cbr 1000 2009

The battery access may be easy but the oil change doesn't at least not compared to older CBR's. Look under the sticky's or similar thread and you'll see the '08-'10 isn't easy for general maintenance compared to past CBRs.

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easier than anyone thought, only tool needed was a philps head to take the seat off and the battery connections off, the battery itself was held down by a tight strap. ease of maintenance, honda is the best
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Re: changing battery on cbr 1000 2009

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The battery access may be easy but the oil change doesn't at least not compared to older CBR's. Look under the sticky's or similar thread and you'll see the '08-'10 isn't easy for general maintenance compared to past CBRs.

Good luck.
IF thats the case Id bet its to make something else easier to get it...either way I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was....the honda dirt bikes were always far easier to work on than the other brands too. yr vs yr one might be easier than another, but vs the other brands Id say honda has the best ease of maintainence and ease to work on.
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